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Monday, January 27, 2020

Health

Kick start health goals with Be Active Be Alive 2020

If you need an excuse to work on your health and fitness, Bundaberg Regional Council's free Be Active Be Alive program is about to begin.

Infants needed for physiotherapy study

CQUniversity researchers are seeking Bundaberg parents who are willing to have their infant children participate in a physiotherapy study.

Construction set to begin on new health care centre

Work is about to begin on a new health care centre in Branyan Street, providing the Bundaberg community with a range of health services under one roof.

New doctors begin first year in Bundaberg

Bundaberg Hospital has welcomed a new group of interns who will call the Bundaberg Region home. A group of 27 began orientation yesterday.

Emergency presentations surge at Bundaberg Hospital

Emergency department presentations at Bundaberg Hospital during Christmas-New Year were up 8.6 per cent compared with the previous year.

Wide Bay Health achieves positive results

Wide Bay Health Service has performed well according to its latest Quality of Care Report.
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Young entrepreneur encourages buying from the bush

Young entrepreneur April Logan helped start a family business when she was 14 and says it is possible to live regionally and be successful.

Shalom carnivals win Community Event of the Year

The Shalom College Confraternity Carnivals were named Community Event of the Year at the 2020 Bundaberg Region Australia Day Awards.

Angels named Community Group of the Year

Angels Community Group has been announced as Community Group of the Year in the Bundaberg Regional Council 2020 Australia Day Awards.

Shirley Baldwin awarded for years of service

Shirley Baldwin has been named Senior Citizen of the Year in the 2020 Bundaberg Regional Council Australia Day Awards.
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